GLENBURN - The search for 15 year old Nichole Cable continues tonight, and now police are asking for your help in the search.
BANGOR - Each year, dozens of children across Maine facing life threatening illnesses have their dreams come true, all thanks to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
BREWER - The city of Brewer held its annual community clean up today, and received a special donation from a local restaurant franchise.
BANGOR - In 1949, President Harry Truman led the effort to establish a single holiday for citizens to come together to honor every branch of the military. Today, we celebrate Armed Forces Day, and also recognize the dedication of a special group of supporters. Our Erin Thomas reports.
ORONO - If you're looking to add a little color to your yard this weekend you may want to check out the University of Maine's plant sale.
BANGOR - Local seniors are "acting out" this weekend, all to raise money to benefit their senior center.
BANGOR - As many of you get eager to plant your gardens, so do we. Our Erin Thomas took us shopping for the essentials, in this week's segment of "Backyard Gardener."
BANGOR - New developments today in the search for a 15 year old girl from Glenburn. A large number of law enforcement officers have been searching an area in that town this afternoon. They also held a press conference asking the public to continue to come foward with information that could help them find her. Authorities say they are also searching for a black Ford Ranger truck in connection with the disappearance . It was spotted in the area near her home on Sunday night when she went missing. Anyone who has seen this black truck is asked to call 945-4636 or 1-800-432-7911.
There appears to be a big development in the search for a missing 15 year old girl in Glenburn. An army of police has been searching an area there this afternoon and the State police major crimes unit has just arrived. We have a crew on the scene and will keep you updated. A press conference is also scheduled for this afternoon. Nichole Cable has now been missing since Sunday night.
Fort Kent - A Fort Kent doctor has been barred from practicing medicine for at least 30 days. The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine calls Dr. Robert Desai an "imminent danger to his patients." The board has received information about Desai and is investigating while it decides whether to ban him from practicing in Maine permanently. Desai is a radiologist.